her own future. if you have time, i'll go through and give you the headlines. >> please. >> reporter: first on japan, right now, she says it's a minute by minute decision the u.s. is considering but as of right now, as of this minute, the u.s. is not going to urge its citizens, diplomatic personnel, family members, u.s. military, to start evacuating from japan but that could change based on what's going on right now. it's a very, very worrisome situation, pow tensionally she says it could be worse, considerably worse than three mile island in pennsylvania, which occurred back in 1979. she's really worried about what's happening in japan right now. we had a lengthy exchange on that. on libya, i said to her, you know, it looks like gadhafi's winning. she got very, you know, angry -- not angry necessarily but forceful in suggesting gadhafi will not win. he's not winning. i said, look, he's getting ready to move on the rebel forces in benghazi. and she said, you know what?